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### Contenido

 INDUCTION 11 CHAPTER I 145 MATHEMATICAL INDUCTION 280 Sum of the First n Integers 541 Proof of the Binomial Theorem for Positive Integral Exponents 586 CHAPTER II 596 CHAPTER III 610 BOOK VII 623
 Principle of Addition of Rows or Columns 727 Elimination 733 Cardans Solution 739 CHAPTER III 745 CHAPTER IV 751 Properties of Equations 757 Synthetic Division 764 Derived Functions 770

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